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the Matanuska Valley in a sentence

1. The first people to live in the Matanuska Valley, where Palmer is located, were the Dena'ina and Ahtna Athabaskans.

2. With railroad accessibility, new markets for agriculture began to open up for farmers in the Matanuska Valley.

3. The river drains a broad valley south of the Alaska Range eponymously known as the Matanuska Valley.

4. From there it continues through the Matanuska Valley, between the Chugach Mountains to the south and the Talkeetna Mountains to the north.

5. In the 1930s, Anderson worked on the Matanuska Colonization Project, building infrastructure to support the settlement of the Matanuska Valley.

6. In 1935 the family relocated to the Matanuska Valley Colony, a New Deal agricultural resettlement program, located Northeast of Anchorage.

7. He also worked as a real estate developer in the Matanuska Valley.

8. Located near Wasilla Lake and Lake Lucille, Wasilla is one of two towns in the Matanuska Valley.

9. The Parks also links the Matanuska Valley to northward to the rest of the state and Canada.

10. It was designed by architect and community planner David Williams, and built in 1935 as part of the Matanuska Valley Colony project.

11. Guyver instituted a series of retreats to encourage the social interaction of members, as well as concerts in the Matanuska Valley.

12. In 1935, as part of the New Deal 203 families from the Midwest travelled to Alaska and started the Matanuska Valley Colony.

13. The first Cooperative Extension Service field office in Alaska was established in 1936 in Palmer, located in the Matanuska Valley.

14. In 1936, the Matanuska Valley Fair formed in Palmer.

15. A survey was made of the Matanuska Valley in June 1934 to ascertain its agricultural viability.

16. In effect, successful farmers were best off staying put, while the less successful farmers were the ones available to colonize the Matanuska valley.

17. The Matanuska valley was not the picturesque valley that ‘valley’ brings to mind.

18. The Matanuska Valley Farmer’s Cooperative Marketing Association handled much of the produce and marketed as well.

19. The Matanuska Valley Colony was returned on the 1940 U.S. Census as the Alaska Railroad Colony (unincorporated).

20. During the latter part of the twentieth century, the Matanuska Valley saw continued success with dairies and farming for local consumption.

21. It was designed by architect and community planner David Williams, and built in 1935 as part of the Matanuska Valley Colony project.

22. The house was built in 1935 by the Works Progress Administration as part of the Matanuska Valley Colony, and is one of its best-preserved survivors.

23. The Matanuska Valley Colony Community Center was returned on the 1940 U.S. Census as the Alaska Railroad Colony Community Center (unincorporated).

24. The house was built in 1935 by Joe and Blanche Puhl, settlers who were part of the Matanuska Valley Colony settlement project.

25. Wiedmer also observed the presence of large, symmetrical hills in the Matanuska Valley, possibly of fluvial origin.

26. In the summer of 1913, he was hired as a cook by the U.S. Geological Survey and spent the summer months in the Matanuska Valley of Alaska.

27. The mountain is a major landmark in the Matanuska Valley, situated 7.5 mi (12 km) east of Palmer, and 10 mi (16 km) north-northeast of Pioneer Peak.

28. This landmark of the Matanuska Valley is set midway between Anchorage and Glennallen, at mile 94 of the Glenn Highway.

29. This landmark of the Matanuska Valley is set midway between Anchorage and Glennallen, at mile 101 of the Glenn Highway.

30. This landmark of the Matanuska Valley is set between Anchorage and Glennallen, at mile 75 of the Glenn Highway.